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May 18, 2013 7:00am EDT
. yesterday governor rick perry came to town and we asked him that, and one of our producers asked him about federal assistance and he said it's too early and has not reached out to the federal government and he is certain barack obama is watching the developments here and as the community is beginning to put its life back together again, and we understood from the sheriff the plan is to let residents back in at about 8:00 this morning, and this road behind me is one of the two ways in and out of the community, and so as they trickle back in, we will bring more to you. >>> looks like investors are ignoring the old adage, sell in may and go away. the stock market on the rally. the nasdaq and dow and s&p 500 finishing up at record levels. investors happy to see reports that the economy is continuing to improve, and consumer sentiment hit a six-year high. shares of jcpenney slid after the retailer reported another massive quarterly loss. >>> maybe it's you. almost half of americans are not invested in the stock market at all, and so if you are not benefiting from the gains, maybe you are trying
May 18, 2013 6:00am EDT
came into that point and gave up. >> reporter: rick perry said it's too early to request assistance from the federal government, but he believes they will get support. >> i am pretty sure we will get the help we need but it won't be the same anymore. >> reporter: today it's a bittersweet homecoming like gomez and it is going to take a long time to put their live back together. victor? >> we will talk to you a little more later in the morning. >>> the planes could see the same kind of storms that spawned those tornados in texas. chad meyers is watching that for us. >> yes, saturday, subpoenaed and even into monday as a storm system rolls out of the rockies and into the plains. summer is still a couple months away, or at least one month away, and we still have spring to go through, and a severe weather drought and a rain drought for that matter, and it has not been raining in the plains. we will see showers and storms and thunderstorms and some of them will rotate today and tomorrow and in monday. when a storm rotates it gets big and bad and it can put down tornadoses and that's what
May 18, 2013 12:00am EDT
, anderson, tonight the cleanup continues. the hardest hit areas are still closed. texas governor rick perry came by the area today. he actually used to represent this area back in the late 1980s as a legislator so it's close to his heart and he described the destruction as incomprehensible. but there is some good news to report tonight. the seven missing that we told you about last night have all been found. they have all been located which is great news. also, the sheriff says that on a limited basis, he's going to open that hardest hit area tomorrow morning. the residents will be able to go in, take a look at their homes. they won't be able to stay there. media is certainly not allowed. they have to be out of there by 8:00 p.m. tomorrow night. also, some great stories, some dramatic stories of survival and some unexpected reunions, and we had the chance to witness one of those today. when the winds picked up, granbury resident jerry shuttlesworth knew he was in trouble. >> i was watching trees start to buckle over. i said oh, god, please, don't let this happen. the wind got so strong, at
May 18, 2013 8:00am EDT
governor rick perry said it's too early to request assistance from the president but he's confident residents will get much needed support. >> i'm pretty sure we'll get the help we need. it just won't be the same. >> reporter: and it will be a bittersweet homecoming for so many like gomes. it's going to take a among time for them to put together their lives again. >> nick, the governor says it's too early to request federal assistance. is he giving any time line on when that fema assistance will start to come in? >> reporter: we asked the governor that yesterday at a press conference he had, the media was given a tour of the ranchos brazos neighborhood. it was obliterated, wiped off the map. he didn't give a time line when or if we'd see federal assistance coming into fwranberry. he's certain president obama is watching the developments in granbury and expecting to hear more about assistance but the hood county sheriff's office says they're doing as much as they can. local first responders seem to have things under control so far. >> nick valencia live for us this morning, thank you
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